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Unformatted text preview: Miriam Reynoso Mercy College Criminal Procedure December 20, 2009 Final Exam True/False 1. The purpose of a stop is to find evidence of a crime. T 2. Stop and frisk laws do not apply to motor vehicles. F 3. A suspect who is stopped cannot be forced by the officer to reply to questions. T 4. If police make a valid arrest of a person in an automobile, the police are automatically entitled to search the trunk T 5. If a suspect is booked an inventory search may be immediately conducted. T 6. Most arrests are made without a warrant. T 7. The right to privacy is not a constitutional right F 8. Hot pursuit or fresh pursuit is an exception to the warrant requirement. T 9. Once given, consent to search cannot be withdrawn. F 10. In a stop and frisk involving a motor vehicle, officers may search the entire vehicle for weapons. T Fill in the blank 1. The part of real estate property that is not protected by the fourth amendment is _____Open___ 1....
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